Christmas to-do list

Christmas to-do list November 30, 2014

Well, friends, the first Sunday of Advent is here, and I have to admit that I have not even printed the “begin in October to have a chance at a good Advent” to-do list.  Our kitchen is gutted, our house is a construction zone with boxes everywhere, and my calendar is looking like a spreadsheet, but I do need to make sure that my family has a lovely Christmas somehow.  I have learned over the years that when I start to get anxious and when I start to forget things, a to-do list is my first step at a fighting chance.  So, for those in the same boat, here is the a link to the original to-do list:

I’m working on my streamlined, survival mode version.  So far, this is what is on the list:

1.  Print December calendar, including everything possible

2.  Print calendar in a weekly agenda style format

3. Find a time to take your kids to confession.

4.  Print Red’s list and make a December version.

So, yeah, I have done items 1 and 2.  I have taken care of #3 for the homeschooled kids, but not the schoolies.   I hope to be back to you shortly with the results of #4 in case any of you are feeling, like me, behind before you have even started.



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